Sarabeth's Restaurant Key West
ReviewsEach time my family and I visit Key West, Florida we always stop at Sarabeth's restaurant. This restaurant is modern twist on traditional American cuisine. Bill & Sarabeth Levine (husband and wife) started a small bakery; in 1981 that specialized in homemade preserves, soups and baked goods. It wasn't until 1986 the Key West restaurant opened up. Currently the Sarabeth's restaurants in Key West and New York City. Sarabeth's offers a variety of meals for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner. One of my personal favorite breakfast meals is the key west pink shrimp and bacon omelet. This is not your average omelet; this has fresh shrimp and farm fresh bacon with a choice of bread; sourdough toast or 8-grain toast, pumpkin muffin or corn muffin. To complete the meal you must try some of Sarabeth's homemade marmalade. For breakfast you should also try their almond crusted cinnamon French toast and lemon ricotta pancakes. Not only is breakfast good, but lunch and dinner are spectacular as well. I recommend trying the roasted chicken quesadilla; with queso cheese, corn, mushrooms, peppers and ancho chili for lunch and a fillet of salmon; with orzo (pasta) and a vegetable salad for dinner. Sarabeth's prices are reasonable; with breakfast ranging from $4.00 to 10.00, brunch ranging from $7.00 to $15.00, brunch ranging from $4.00 to $15.00 and dinner $7.00 to $27.00. To keep up with the demand of fresh ingredients Sarabeth's is open on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday's. Late December to early April Sarabeth's is open on Mondays for breakfast and lunch.
With many customers asking to buy and take things to their hometown Sarabeth's Kitchen website was created. Now Sarabeth's customers can get the great homemade goods at home. The cookies and cakes are freshly made to order. All natural ingredients can be found in Sarabeth's award wining preserves. Preserves flavors include pineapple mango, strawberry peach, strawberry raspberry, plum cherry and blood orange marmalade. One of my favorite on a corn muffin is the raspberry mango marmalade. Next time your in Key West you must try Sarabeth's; your stomach will thank you later.